To sign study, hold up your non-dominant palm flat and horizontally (lying on its pinkie finger side) as it is facing you. Then take your dominant hand in the form of the ASL number 5 sign and wiggle your fingers in front of your non-dominant palm as your dominant hand moves back and forth a couple of times.
Imagine this sign as mimicking your eyes intently reading and studying what is on the page or book before you.
Teach your toddler the study sign when they are home from preschool and have homework that they have some difficulties concentrating on. Sit with them and help them study in a fun way so that they learn to associate learning with enjoyment.
This is a useful flash card taught best in conjunction with other learning or study-centered signs.
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